Black Sabbath, who updates its social channels with the golden moments taken from the band’s past, contacts fans to reveal a rarely seen newsletter which belongs to 1978, just a decade after the band’s forming.
On November 9th, 1978, one of the most mysterious and weird moments happened in the rock ‘n’ roll community, Ozzy Osbourne disappeared just a day ago before the show. At the time, people searched Ozzy Osbourne everywhere, but no one finds. Consequently, the show has not been played and canceled.
Although the show canceled, with a recent Twitter post, the 52-year heavy metal band kept in touch with 2m people who follow them and remembered the show by sharing the newsletter of the show.
In the newsletter, the tickets prices paid attention. While the first 3000 were paying $6.50, reminding fans paid $7.50.
“November 9, 1978,” Black Sabbath wrote in the caption.
November 9, 1978 pic.twitter.com/qXEPbz3Xro
— BlackSabbath (@BlackSabbath) November 9, 2020